London, Mar 31 : Kids will now be able to install working television sets in the sitting rooms of their doll-houses, thanks to a miniature enthusiast who has developed such miniscule TV sets.
The miniature TVs designed by Brett Foster of Doks Emporium in Shrewsbury, were unveiled recently at the Miniatura dolls' house fair at the Birmingham NEC exhibition.
The equipment is built to a 1:12 scale with a 2in (6cm) screen, and can be operated with the help of a freeview box.
In fact, these televisions can also be connected to DVD players.
"I've had a lot of jaws drop to the floor. People were amazed," Times Online quoted Foster, as saying.